Am Montag, 19. Juli 2021, 00:01:13 CEST schrieb Larry Finger:
On 7/18/21 4:03 PM, Mailings wrote:
> Hi Larry
> I much appreciate the effort you spend in fixing Oracle' s shortcomings /
> Like others here on the list I can't really change to alternatives. (Read:
> I don't dare potentially breaking many things that I've tweaked into the
> config of VB - and I don't even remember all of the little tweaks
> accumulated over the years :-) )
I comes along nicely, if you need to to supply a home for bitten apples, and
still handles hibernation better/nicer that libvirt.
I'm hibernating my running VMs before backing them up for consistency reasons,
and for libvirt, this was a major undertaking. It boiled down to building
libvirt/qemu from Factory for Leap, and still needs some fiddling with
reattaching usb devices after hibernation.
holding back an update due to this issue:
The "few days for the fix to propagate through OBS" don't seem over yet
20210716 still suffers from it.
So I've resorted to apply the kernel parameter
"randomize_kstack_offset=off" which indeed does the trick!
It will take a while to propagate, but there are no more review hurdles.
Thank you, Larry, for providing the fix. Much appreciated.
I hereby confirm, that VB with the randomize stack fix applied is doing fine
again with 5.13.2 without any kernel command line dances..